Self Organization in Complex Systems and New Problems in the Theory of Measurement
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New problems in the theory of measurement are discussed in which the concepts and models of self-organization theory can play an important role. Special attention is paid to quantum measurements and the simplest spintronic systems.
Keywordscomplex systems self-organization quantum measurements
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Project Nos. 16-01-00342 and 14-01-00773).
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